Faulty Models: How Intangible Mental Infrastructures Lead Us Astray Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Mental models, beliefs about causality and what is certain, are passed down through family life, work and schooling to every single one of us. Some of them remain in our heart to become an foundation for our thinking.

The author argues that we spend much of our own lives asking finalistic questions -what is wrong and right, what's accurate? How can versions be built that are ever better without getting overly attached - When one seems just right? In the concluding phase, she fosters that we are stuck with incomplete mental models we absorbed via education beside experience – regardless of why we keep checking the models we are utilizing and finding out other options. 

PUBLICATION DATE: January 01, 2014 PRODUCT #: ROT222-PDF-ENG

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